Hi Small Flock! If you put "soft eggs" in the search box at the top of this page, you will find a couple of threads about this. I also have hens(8) who have not been laying for very long. When they started laying I was finding two soft eggs at a time. I think it happened twice. Then it stopped. My girls have been eating an organic layer feed since the first one laid an egg. I also give them oyster shell on the side, and they have grit up the you know what. Two weeks ago I got a "double yoker". Then a week ago, I had a day of two more soft eggs. The next day, right in front of me, the poor girl laid a soft egg, and then a yolk. That was when I knew the identity of the one with the problem. I started researching on here, and on google. Since it seemed she was totally healthy, I needed to figure out why she wasn't getting her calcium. I discovered online that kale is high in both calcium, AND potassium which is necessary to process the calcium. I have been feeding kale in the afternoon, and for the past two days she has laid perfect eggs. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will continue. What kind of hens do you have? The one with the problem is a silver lace wyandotte, "Chicken Noodle". I have 2 barred rocks, 2 RIR, 1 leghorn, 1 buff orpington, 1 welsummer.